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Posted on 2001-06-21
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Hello I have recently downloaded the Corel Linux
ISO, unfortunately I have no idea how to burn it
onto a CD. I have searched both Adaptecs easy-CD creator information and Nero's help and they both require
their own proprietary CD image files... *.ng *.cs
etc...

I basically want to know the correct way of doing this
the first time, without having to make 10 CD coasters,
that don't work...

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http://www.goldenhawk.com/

CDRWIN will handle ISO. You can download a fully working eval copy from the above site).
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Thanks for the answer,

Fortunately I found a FAQ online on how to do it
in Adaptec CD creator...
its right from the File menu ;)

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